By Rolando Rolandelli, Robin Bankhead, Joseph Boullata, Charlene Compher
This definitive reference offers the main entire, clinically proper insurance of nutrients in enteral and tube feeding. the hot variation has been thoroughly made over via a multidisciplinary editorial workforce to mirror all the newest know-how and dietary wisdom, in addition to the recent, collaborative nature of up to date scientific perform. Plus, a brand new bonus CD-ROM offers self-assessment questions and solutions, and a downloadable photograph selection of illustrations from the book.
- Delivers 21 brand-new chapters that handle fresh ASPEN medical guidance concerning pharmacotherapeutic concerns and enteral formulations, together with fluids and electrolytes · genetics · pre-, pro-, and synbiotics · nutrients protection · regulatory matters · and more.
- Explores the original enteral foodstuff wishes of particular sufferer populations resembling pregnant and lactating girls · childrens · youngsters · transplant applicants · melanoma sufferers · overweight sufferers · sufferers with kidney issues · and diabetic patients.
- Features new editorial viewpoints representing surgical procedure, nursing, pharmacy, and nutrition/dietetics, reflecting the recent, multidisciplinary nature of the field.
- Offers a brand new bonus CD-ROM containing overview questions and solutions and more.
- Presents a brand new, extra effortless inner
- An first-class research instruction device for nutrients aid Certification.
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